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Current multi-agent robotic testbeds are prohibitivelyexpensive or highly specialized and as such their useis limited to a small number of research laboratories. Giventhe high price tag, what is needed to scale multi-agent testbedsdown both in price and size to make them accessible to a largercommunity? One answer is the GRITSBot, an inexpensivedifferential drive microrobot designed specifically to lower theentrance barrier to multi-agent robotics. The robot allows for astraightforward transition from current ground-based systemsto the GRITSBot testbed because it closely resembles expensiveplatforms in capabilities and architecture. Additionally, theGRITSBot’s support system allows a single user to easilyoperate and maintain a large collective of robots. These featuresinclude automatic sensor calibration, autonomous recharging,wireless reprogramming of the robot, as well as collectivecontrol.



Georgia Robotics and InTelligent Systems Laboratory GRITS Publications - Georgia Robotics and InTelligent Systems Laboratory GRITS -



Autor: Pickem, Daniel - Lee, Myron - Egerstedt, Magnus B. - -

Fuente: https://smartech.gatech.edu/







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